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"I was looking for a breakfast muffin to make and these came out pretty good. Some posters indicated these were not moist enough or too dense - they have oatmeal in them so I expected them to be more dense (which I really liked!) Different tastes for different folks I guess. I did make a couple of substitutions: used coconut oil instead of butt..."
"This was exellent! Only chages I made were omit the oregano and sugar and used balsamic vinegar. We ate it with tortilla chips like a salsa. My sister made a salad with the left overs (chicken, lettuce, ranch and salsa) and said it made a tasty salad. Will definitely make it again!"
"Like the previous poster said this has become a favorite in our house. Very quick and easy to make. I omit the parsley and add about 1/4 t. of cayenne and have used kraft grated parmesean when I don't have fresh. Another convenience I use is jarred minced garlic. I also flip the chicken strips about halfway through (we like out chicken well do..."
"Gotta love a good crock pot recipe and this is one of them. Made as directed except I used celery salt since I did not have any celery seed on hand."
"Simple and delish.....just like my grandmother used to make. The only change I made was to use onion soup mix instead of beef (since that is what grandma used). I made a gravy with with the juice - just added some water & flour."
"This is by far the best banna bread I have ever made. I have made this several times and it comes out great every time. I have even substituted non-fat plain yogurt for the sour cream it still comes out perfect. My pevious attempts at other banana bread recipes have come out mushy in the middle with burnt edges (not sure if it is my oven - hate..."
"Cake was good but the crust was a bit burnt. I will make this cheesecake again but turn down the oven to 475 degrees."
"Very good, will definitely make this again. I don't cook with any type of alcohol so instead of the sherry I used soy sauce for the gravy. I also added sliced mushrooms to the gravy."
"This was very good. I did make a few changes as we are not dark meat fans so I used 3 large chicken breasts (bone in). Also used chicken bouillon instead of beef and added it to the water while cooking the chicken breasts. Removed & shredded chicken and set aside. Cooked veggies in broth with addition of frozen peas & chopped mushrooms. Added..."
"This was the best turkey I have ever made by far. I puposely did not let my family know that I rubbed the bird with mayo before roasting (because if they did they would not have eaten it!) Every one of them commented on how moist & flavorful the turkey was. Also makes an excellent gravy. The only thing I added was to sprinkle the bird with sal..."